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The BodyMind Approach™: Supporting the wellbeing of patients with chronic medically unexplained symptoms in primary health care in England
(University of Oxford Press, 2017-08-01)
Women’s Experiences of Domestic Violence and Mental Health: Findings from a European Empowerment Project
Objective: Research shows that women experiencing domestic violence and mental health problems often fall into gaps in services between support for domestic violence and support for mental health. This article reports on ...
Looking To The Future: Research Rich and Informed Teaching
As a recently-appointed University of Hertfordshire Research Fellow in research rich and informed teaching in higher education, I am exploring these questions: what does this phrase mean, how have others approached its ...
‘Find the Gap’: can a multidisciplinary group of university teachers influence learning and teaching practice?
This paper describes and analyses a year’s project undertaken by a small, multidisciplinary group of academic staff in a UK post -1992 university. The purpose of the group was to: take a scholarly and inquiring approach ...
Continuing development as a teacher - a China-UK example
In September 2016 14 award winning university teachers from Shanghai arrived in the UK to take part in a four month programme at the University of Hertfordshire designed to enhance their educational practice. In this ...
The Psycho-neurology of Embodiment with Examples from Authentic Movement and Laban Movement Analysis
There is widespread agreement that thought is embodied cognition and that our earliest learning is implicit, through the body, and nonverbal expression. This article advances the proposition that the integration of thought ...
Beyond Mind And Body: Person In (Inter)Action
(Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017-06-01)
Through the Kinesthetic Lens : Observation of Social Attunement in Autism Spectrum Disorders
This paper will present a movement-informed perspective to social attunement in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). BACKGROUND: Dance movement therapy (DMT) is a psychotherapeutic intervention that is used with participants ...
Developing teachers as leaders of science in primary schools
(Association for Science Education (ASE), 2017-02-12)
Children’s experiences of science at primary school inform their decisions about studying science post-16, which impacts on the supply of STEM professionals. In England, the Primary Science Quality Mark (PSQM) award programme ...
Sinking, Swimming, or just treading water. : The Olympic Legacy for London 2012- 4 Years on. Has it made a difference? Pupil Voice and an an analysis of Swimming Provision.
In what has become an issue of great concern to teachers (and parents) over the last 25 years, many children have been identified as not being able to swim at all, yet the National Curriculum in England states that all ...